HYIP Versus Swiss Cash

August 10, 2006 at 3:26 am 1 comment

HYIP or High Yield Investment Programs normally refers to small internet investment programs being manage by an invidual or small group of people. Normally they will ask you to provide them with a loan of money and they promise to repay you with specific returns on daily, weekly or monthly basis. However, this promise is not bond with specific proper aggreement. It’s totally based on trust.

So it’s your duty to find a way to trust them or not. The answer lies on your due diligence. Some people use due diligence to assess the risk of the programs. Some will use the due diligence to stay away from the programs.

The real high yield investment programs invest in commodities, forex, arbitrage trading and other trade possibilities that offer high income.

The greatest and serious problems with e – currency investing is that is difficult to guess the duration of particular programs. Therefore , it’s important for your to follow the strict guidelines and rules to make your investment safe.

Swisscash is a new sector of Swiss Mutual Fund (1948) S.A an established investment company with worth of USD9.2 Billions assets.

It is obviously SwissCash offers high yield returns with averages of 20% per 30 calendar days. However, it is not a small internet investment programs.

Swisscash is not a ponzis seems it only accept member by invitation only. You only can invite a new investor if you invest on swisscash SIP plan that is more than USD1000.


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